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Employee Handbook
Schultes Precision Manufacturing, Inc.
New Employees and Introductory Periods
The first 60 days of your employment is considered an introductory period. During this period, you will become familiar with SPM and your job responsibilities. During this time, we will have the opportunity to monitor the quality and value of your performance and make any necessary adjustments in your job description or responsibilities. If, at the completion of this introductory period, we believe that the quality and value of your performance merits your continued employment and work remains available, you will become eligible for company benefits. Your introductory period with the Company can be shortened or lengthened as deemed appropriate by management and Human Resources. Completion of this introductory period does not imply guaranteed or continued employment. Nothing that occurs during or after this period should be construed to change the nature of the "at-will" employment relationship.
Training Program
In most cases, and for most departments, the department supervisor does employee training on an individual basis. Even if an employee has had previous experience in their specified functions, it is necessary for them to learn our specific procedures, as well as the responsibilities of the specific position. If you ever feel you require additional training, please consult your supervisor or department manager.
Employment Authorization Verification
All new hires and current employees are required by federal law to verify their identity and eligibility to work in the United States. You will be required to complete federal Form I-9 on the first day of employment. If this form and verification of employment eligibility is not completed during the first three days of employment, we are required by law to terminate your employment. If you are currently employed and have not complied with this requirement or if your status has changed, please inform your supervisor.
Lunch Room
The company has provided a lunchroom that is equipped with vending machines, microwave ovens and refrigerators. It is important that all employees take responsibility for keeping the lunchroom and appliances neat and clean.
Visitors in the Workplace
Non-employees must notify appropriate facility personnel when entering the building. If you have someone who comes to visit, whether related to personal or business needs, it is your responsibility to ensure that the individual has completed the Visitor sign in book and has been approved at the front desk.

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